The home of an eccentric TV personality and notorious hoarder is going up for auction - including the garden where he is buried.
Jake Mangle-Wurzel was well known in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, after appearing in a number of TV shows, including a documentary about him that was released in 2015.
He died last year at the age of 83 following a short battle with skin cancer and was buried in the garden of his home in the town.
He loved to hoard and his home was left abandoned and filled with wacky inventions, old newspapers and headless mannequins.
The house will be auctioned on 6 September on a livestream via Auction House Manchester. The property has a guide price of £75,000.
The auction house said the home needs "extensive rebuilding works and refurbishing throughout".
Photos of the property show rubbish everywhere and an old caravan outside.
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There are tree branches strewn across the garden, two abandoned cars and a children's play car.
Mangle-Wurzel is buried in the garden, which was something "he always wanted to do".
Bernard McGuin, 64, who knew him for 37 years, said: "I was there when they buried him.
"He always wanted to be buried there, which was something he made his stipulation.
"Ever since I've known him, he's always said he wanted to be buried in his property.
"He's not buried in the place he wanted to be and he built a tomb at the side of his house with two of his fingers sticking up from the grave.
"But I'm afraid we couldn't do that."
McGuin described the house as an "awful place to go".
He said: "You didn't want to go there, it was just a death trap.
"You would bump your head on stuff, fall over and you wouldn't want to go to the toilet there.
"He just wrecked the place, he would put something down and just never pick it up.
"You would go in his front room, and it would be filled with newspapers as he was an avid reader of the Huddersfield Examiner and he never threw a copy away."
According to its online listing, the detached house "requires extensive rebuilding works and refurbishing throughout".
However, the auction house said: "There is the potential to significantly extend the existing property subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents."
It added: "Please be aware this property is being sold by a family member as part of a relative’s estate. As part of the deceased wishes, who was a well-known local character, they asked to be buried in the garden and this wish has been carried out with the property being sold as it is."